Getulio Vargas Foundation
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2014. Entrevista para o Anuário de Pesquisa da Fundação Getúlio Vargas.
2011. Em 2012, teremos um novo curso de Graduação em Administração Pública na FGV-EAESP. Desde 1970 a EAESP vem contribuindo com a preparação de gerações de profissionais sintonizados com as transformações do Estado e com os desafios contemporâneos da Gestão Pública.
2007. EAESP - the São Paulo business school of Getulio Vargas Foundation should give up electing its director and opt for its ion through a Search Committee. This is the system that is consistent with its managerial teaching and research. (Note published just in this site and sent to collegues at FGV).
2006. Letter to Maria Rita Loureiro on EAESP crisis caused by the dismissal of 17 professors.
2005. Jacques Gelman's answer to my letter. (20.5.2005)
2004. Letter to the director of FGV Business School on the need of a MBA program, competitive to american MBA's. (17.2.2004)
1980. Short essay showing how the students of the more important business school in Brazil received a progressive education. (Revista Senhor).
1980. Difícil encontrar uma grande empresa que não tenha um ou vários executivos formados por essa escola de líderes (artigo de Caco Barcelos, publicado na Revista Senhor, março 1980).
1972. I coordinated the EAESP's CPG, between 1964 and 1972. It was a real MBA, a professional master program in business with full time students in daytime and 3 to 4 years duration at eventing. The first Brazilian "mestrado" course (1965). Yet, my collegues made the major mistake of bowing to the Plano Nacional de Pós-Graduação (1970) that wanted "academic" masters. With this decision, they sealed EAESP's destiny: not to compete internationally with other major business schools. (Report published only here.)
1968. Analisys of the expansion of business schools, its role in the industrialization of Brazil, and the problem of low quality teaching. A comparison with the American system. (Short article published just in this website).
1967. Norms of probably the fist 'mestrado' in Brazil. Title of 'Mestre' was given to the students of the CPG (Graduate Course in Business Admninistration) which made an exam and presented a dissertation (Article 19).
1961. A Brazilian business school like FGV/SP should have an explicit economic development orientation. (Term paper: Michigan State University)